In this view of Paris from the Quai de Miramion, the focus is very much on the action of life along the Seine. Workmen handle cargo in boats on the river, a lady and gentleman clasp hands in the right foregroun... more
Entrée publique de son excellence M. le Comte de Kaunitz-Rittberg ... faite à Paris le 17. Septembre 1752, ...
... Ambassadeur de l'Empereur et de l'Imperatrice, Reine de Hongrie et de Boheme, faite à Paris le 17. Septembre 1752, telle qu'elle s'est presentée sur les deux Quays en passant le Pont neuf
The mid-nineteenth-century's renewed interest in France's medieval past resulted in the restoration-sometimes heavy handed, sometimes imaginative-of many of the nation's most important monuments. The work on No... more
Panorama de Paris Pris de la Tour St. Jacques (Côte de Notre Dame) / / Photographie d'apres nature par Ch. Soulier, photographe de l'empereur.
Photograph shows view of Notre-Dame de Paris rising above Ile de la Cité.
This image has been taken from scan 000014 from "Reims, la ville de Sacres". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of the British Library's flickr photostream.
[Notre Dame, Paris, France. View of spire, roof with statuary, and cityscape beyond] / Ch. Marville.
Photograph showing the new spire designed by architect Viollet-le-Duc, looking towards the Île Saint-Louis.
Notre Dame de Mantes from "Normandy, its Gothic Architecture and History: as illustrated by twenty-five photographs from buildings in Rouen, Caen, Mantes, Bayeux, and Falaise. A sketch"
This image has been taken from scan 000125 from "Normandy, its Gothic Architecture and History: as illustrated by twenty-five photographs from buildings in Rouen, Caen, Mantes, Bayeux, and Falaise. A sketch". T... more
Photograph shows the roof of Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, France, after it was struck by a German bomb in October of 1914 during World War I. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2011 and the New York Times, Oct. 13, 1914)